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Graphics Vision and Visualisation Group
School of Computer Science and Statistics [SCSS]
Trinity College Dublin [TCD]
Dublin 2
Republic of Ireland

 

Phone and Fax

See individual members' pages OR
Contact the School of Computer Science and Statistics Reception: +353 1 896 1765
School Fax: +353 1 677 2204

 
 

Finding Us

TCD is is one of the most prominent landmarks in Dublin's city centre [Google Maps].
Most of GV2 is located at Stack B in Customs House Quay [Google Maps]
Some members are located in the O'Rielly Building [Campus Map]

 

Email

For the quickest response, you should see individual members' pages (linked to the right)
For general queries to the School of Computer Science and Statistics, email enquiries AT scss.tcd.ie
For queries related to this website: gv2-info AT scss.tcd.ie

Join Us

If you want to join us as a PhD student or postdoc, you should identify the staff member in your area of interest and contact them directly.
Some useful information on applying for a PhD in our School is provided at:
https://www.scss.tcd.ie/postgraduate/structuredphd/prospective/how_to_apply.php

 

In Brief: Trinity College Dublin

Founded in 1592, Trinity College is at the nexus of tradition and innovation, offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across 24 schools and three faculties: arts, humanities, and social sciences; engineering, maths and science; and health sciences. Spread across 47 acres in Dublin's city centre, Trinity's 17,000-strong student body comes from all 32 counties of Ireland, and 16% of students come from outside the country. Of those, 40% are from outside the European Union, making Trinity's campus cosmopolitan and bustling, with a focus on diversity.

As Ireland's leading university, and ranked amongst the top 100 Universities of the world, the pursuit of academic excellence through research and scholarship is at the heart of the Trinity education. Trinity is known for intellectual rigour, excellence, interdisciplinarity, and research-led teaching. Home to Nobel prize-winners such as scientist Ernest Walton and writer Samuel Beckett, Trinity draws visitors from across the world to its historic campus each year, including to the Book of Kells and Science Gallery which capture the university's connection to both old and new. Trinity accounts for one-fifth of all spin-out companies from Irish higher education institutions, helping to turn Ireland into an innovation-intensive, high-productivity economy. That culture of innovation and entrepreneurship is a defining characteristic of our campus as we help shape the next generation of job creators.

More details: www.tcd.ie.